Conceptual Photo Competition
Conceptual photography is a type of photography that illustrates an idea. The ‘concept’ is both preconceived and, if successful, understandable in the completed image. These photographs are therefore produced to visualize a predetermined concept. Conceptual photography is all about ideas, symbols, and themes. It’s the perfect way to express yourself and make the most of your creative freedom. A picture is worth a thousand words, which means a variety of ideas can be condensed into a single photo. Photographs also offer a seemingly more real, tangible depiction of concepts that otherwise seem abstract or elusive. The conceptual photographer strives to bring a message to the viewer. It might be a political statement, a social commentary, or the portrayal of a psychological idea about people, relationships, and emotions. States of mind and subjective human experiences tend to be more challenging to represent as the concept of a visual image. They are often subtle, elusive, and intangible. So we want to see your ideas, your feelings, your imagination.
Contest Prize & TERMS
All the selected works will be exhibit on line and published in CONCEPTUAL album.
The best photographer will be nominate as gallery ARTIST, will receive the exhibition album and paper diploma. Not eligible to enter? - Find contest where you are.
COPYRIGHT: You are the sole copyright holder. By entering this contest you agree that any (winning or shortlisted) work you submit may be used by More Art Please solely for marketing and promotional purposes of this contest or future contests and no other purpose USAGE RIGHTS: You are the sole copyright holder. By entering this contest you agree that any (winning or shortlisted) work you submit may be used by More Art Please solely for marketing and promotional purposes of this contest or future contests and no other purpose
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